People

The Database of Indigenous Slavery in the Americas involves the following people.

Core team:

  • Linford D. Fisher, Associate Professor of History, Brown University (Principal Investigator)
  • Elli Mylonas, Senior Digital Humanities Librarian and Director of the Center for Digital Scholarship, Brown University Library
  • Paarul Arulappa, M.A. candidate, Brown University (programmer)
  • Brooke Grasberger, Ph.D. student, Department of History, Brown University (Graduate Student Coordinator)
  • Marley-Vincent Lindsey, Ph.D. candidate, Department of History, Brown University (Research Assistant)
  • Juan Bettancourt-Garcia, Ph.D. student, Department of History, Brown University
  • Samuel Skinner, undergraduate research assistant, Brown University

Board of Advisors:

  • Tony Bogues, Director of the Center for the Study of Slavery (CSSJ) and Justice and Asa Messer Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory, Brown University
  • Brian Croxall, Assistant Research Professor of Digital Humanities, Brigham Young University
  • Roquinaldo Feirerra, Vasco da Gama Associate Professor of Early Modern Portuguese History, Brown University
  • Alan Gallay, Lyndon B. Johnson Chair of American History, Texas Christian University
  • Rebecca A. Goetz, Associate Professor of History, New York University
  • Walter Hawthorne, Professor of History, Michigan State University
  • Jane Landers, Professor of History, Vanderbilt University
  • Jason Mancini, Director, Connecticut Humanities
  • Ross Mulcare, Assistant Director for Digital Engagement and Discovery, John Carter Brown Library; Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma
  • Greg O’Malley, Associate Professor of History, UC Santa Cruz
  • Marjory O’Toole, Little Compton Historical Society
  • Emily Owens, Assistant Professor of History, Brown University
  • Paula Peters, writer and historian, Mashpee Wampanoag
  • Brett Rushforth, Assistant Professor of History, University of Oregon
  • Nancy van Deusen, Professor of History, Queen’s University (Ontario, Canada)
  • Tall Oak Weeden, historian and activist, Wampanoag and Pequot
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